InDyne Loss Shows IP Risks For Gov't Software Developers

Law360, New York (June 11, 2012, 8:13 PM EDT) -- InDyne Inc.'s recent failure to convince a Florida federal judge to allow the contractor to claim infringement of proprietary code in software it developed for NASA proves the need for diligent documentation when developing technology for the government, attorneys say.

InDyne had accused Abacus Technology Corp., which replaced InDyne on a NASA contact in 2008, of violating its copyrights by using a modified version of its proprietary Program Information Management System to allow NASA staff and customers to manage data in areas such as work procurement,...
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